Join Fred McIlvain, University Archivist Rob Spindler, and Jennifer Duvernay from Library Marketing and Outreach as they discuss the events and history of ASU Homecoming.Homecoming is an opportunity for alumni to come back and remember “the good old days,” share their experiences with old friends and faculty, and see what has changed at their alma matter. Rob Spindler will talk about the purpose and history of the event, including the very first homecoming celebration back in 1926. We will... Topics: university, ASU, Arizona history, campus life
Nic Sheff, author of "Tweak: Growing Up on Methamphetamines," tells his story of drug addiction and recovery. Then, the conversation turns to charisma: what is it, and why do only some people have it? Topics: students, college, mothers, campus life, addiction
School counselor and author Jane Bluestein talks about the debilitating effects of being a "loser" in high school and how to overcome the feelings associated with it. The panel then talks about tattoos, and one mother describes her own body art. Topics: reputation, mothers, students, college, campus, life, tattoos
Elayne Savage, author of "Don't Take It Personally: The Art of Dealing with Rejection," talks about feeling ignored. The panel discusses how some people can turn rejection into positive energy. Listeners' emails. Topics: students, mothers, college, campus life, relationships, rejection
Career advisor Marty Nemko says finding the right career is often based on luck. Students discuss their parents' occupations and the influence on their own choices. Then, reaching out to friends, the perfect pick-up lines. Topics: students, college, mothers, campus life, career, luck
Even experts are baffled by rising depression on college campuses, says Dr. Peter Kramer. Then, the panel talks about interpreting compliments and dating in the workplace. Topics: students, college, mothers, campus life, depression, dating, work
In her May 29, 2013 interview with Martha Manning, Blair Ligon, a third generation Winthrop alumna, shares her experience as an Integrated Marketing Communications major from 2007-2011. Ligon recalls the professors that made a lasting impression and shares some of her favorite classes. Ligon also expresses her pride in being a Winthrop alumna and current alumni relations employee. This interview was conducted for inclusion into the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections Oral History... Topics: Integrated Marketing Communications, Alumni relations, dorm life, campus life
The panel disagrees whether porn is an acceptable outlet. Then, different perceptions of cheating by men and women; binge drinking; returning home from college. Topics: students, college, mothers, campus life, porn, cheating, binge, drinking
Read the small print and pay on time, advises financial expert Mary Morrison. The student panelists talk about their own money issues, and the politics of holiday gifts. Topics: students, college, mothers, campus life, money, credit, finance
The President of Concordia University invites the community to a light lunch. All for free! Thank you Mr. President! (And God of course) Topics: food, cotton candy, university, campus, life, summer, fall, yummy, sweet
The politics of breaking up, forgiving and moving on. The student panelists talk about how parents should avoid certain battles with their kids once they get older. Topics: students, college, mothers, campus life, relationships, breaking up
What happens when young adults return home from college? Are they house guest or kid? Panelists also discuss using technology to cheat, honor codes and keeping secrets from friends. Callers' input. Topics: students, college, mothers, campus life, flirting, relationships, sex
The University Observer is a student newspaper distributed within the University College Dublin every three weeks. Founded in 1994 by Pat Leahy Dara Ó Briain, The University Observer now enjoys a print run of 6,000 issues, distributed across the UCD campus - making it the largest student publication in Ireland.. This collection focuses on the student newspaper's online edition, it's award-winning website, and social media presence. Topics: Student affairs, Education, Newspapers, Entertainment, Student politics, Sports, University College...
byFrances Shimer Academy of the University of Chicago
December 1917 issue of the Frances Shimer Record, the official publication of the Frances Shimer Academy of the University of Chicago. In addition to the usual features, this issue includes a series of brief vignettes from campus life, titled "Campus Snapshots". Then a girls' preparatory school and junior college located in Mount Carroll, Illinois, the school is today known as Shimer College, the Great Books college of Chicago. Frances Shimer RecordOctober 1917... Topics: frances shimer academy, shimer college, mount carroll, junior colleges, carroll county, school...
This collection documents the Division of Student Life as it seeks to enrich the Baylor experience through life-changing programs and services resulting in an integrated education known for leadership, service, Christian faith, and the total development of students. Topics: Baylor University--Judicial affairs, Baylor University--Office of Academic Integrity, Baylor... Source: Baylor University (baylor.edu)